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Title Lead Organisation Summary Start Date Closing Date
Co-operative Councils’ Innovation Network Proposals Tameside Council Tameside Council is aspiring to become a member of the Co-operative Councils’ Innovation Network. We would be grateful if you could provide your views on the principles of co-operative councils and suggestions for ways of co-operative working via the feedback survey. 05/08/19  

Regional Consultations

LGBT Foundation Trans and Non-Binary People Affected by Cancer LGBT Foundation LGBT Foundation is currently looking to inform healthcare professionals on how they can best support trans and non-binary people affected by cancer. They want to hear experiences of those who received such care in order to understand where improvements can be made.    
Transport and the Night Time Economy GMCA Greater Manchester’s Night Time Economy Adviser, Andy Burnham and Transport for Greater Manchester want to know how people move around the city-region at night – and what, if anything, prevents you from doing so. If you’re ever out and about between 6pm and 6am, whether for work or pleasure, and whatever mode of transport, they want to hear from you. 21/08/19 13/10/19
Improving Specialist Care Programme: Greater Manchester cardiology Services GMHSCP Cardiology services are being reviewed across Greater Manchester. They are looking to hear from people on their thoughts about the cardiology service that they or a friend/relative have used in the region and how they think it can be improved. Your views will help identify what is important to patients and what needs to be considered from a patient perspective in the design of any future services. 20/08/19 29/09/19
VCSE in Greater Manchester – the next 10 years Greater Manchester VCSE Devolution Reference Group The VCSE Devolution Reference Group have developed a VCSE Policy Position Paper which sets out a long term ambition for the VCSE sector in Greater Manchester. They would like to hear views on the draft paper. 17/07/19 30/09/19
Supporting victims and witnesses every step of the way: experiences of police, court and support services Greater Manchester Police Greater Manchester Police would like to hear from people who have been a victim or a witness of a crime in Greater Manchester. They will use insight to shape the future of the victim support services and improve police and court services so that it works better for victims and witnesses. All information provided will be kept confidential. 15/08/19 29/09/19

National Consultations

Home to school travel and transport: statutory guidance Department for Education The DfE is seeking views on revised statutory guidance for local authorities on home to school travel and transport for children of compulsory school age (5-16). The revised guidance seeks to clarify local authorities’ statutory duties in relation to home to school travel and transport policy, in response to feedback from local authorities and other interested parties. 19/07/19 31/10/19
Sprinklers and other fire safety measures in new high-rise blocks of flats Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government This consultation outlines the government’s proposal on options to reduce the trigger height for sprinkler provision in new high-rise blocks of flats in England, alongside other fire safety measures – improving wayfinding signage within blocks of flats and installing evacuation alert systems for use by fire and rescue services. 02/09/19 28/11/19
Electric vehicle chargepoints in residential and non-residential buildings Department for Transport The government is proposing to alter existing building regulations for new residential buildings to include requirements for electric vehicle chargepoints and for non-residential buildings to include requirements for electric vehicle chargepoint infrastructure. They would also like to introduce requirement for existing non-residential buildings to have electric vehicle chargepoints. The proposals aim to support and encourage the growing uptake of electric vehicles  and make charging easier and cheaper. They would like to hear from individuals as well as organisations on these new proposals. 15/07/19 07/10/19
Measures to reduce personal water use Defra Climate change, population increases, environmental requirements and a growing demand for water will mean that, in future there will be substantial pressure on surface and groundwater supplies, less water available per person and a significant likelihood or more frequent, severe droughts. This consultation seeks views on a range of potential measures to reduce personal water consumption, and what reduction in water is technically feasible and/or achievable. It also invites suggestions for additional measures to reduce water usage. 19/07/19 11/10/19
A new deal for renting: resetting the balance of rights and responsibilities between landlords and tenants MHCLG This consultation is seeking views on implementing the government’s recent decision to abolish Section 21 of the Housing Act, or ‘no-fault’ evictions. They would like to hear about how they have been used in the past and the implications for landlords by abolishing it. 21/07/19 12/10/19
Rogue landlord database reform MHCLG In October 2018 the Prime Minster committed to opening up access to a database of rogue landlords and property agents to allow tenants and prospective tenants to access it. The consultation is also seeking views on expanding the scope of offences and infractions which could lead to entries on the database.   21/07/19 12/10/19
How should we engage and involve patients and the public in our work Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency The MHRA are reviewing their approach to how they engage patients in their work. They are looking to adopt a more systematic approach to listening to and involving patients, ensuring that the patient voice is heard when safety issues concerning medicines are identified in the licensing of new medicines. They would like to hear from patients, patient group representatives, cares and healthcare professionals. 15/07/19 07/10/19
Advancing our health: prevention in the 2020s Department of Health and Social Care The government is seeking views on proposals to tackle the causes of preventable ill health in England. This consultation is looking for views on proposals for a new approach for the health and care system, in the knowledge that ‘prevention is better than cure’. It includes ‘chapters’ on smoking, healthy diet, sleep and more. 22/07/19 14/10/19
 
Higher technical education consultation Department for Education Higher technical education is pst-18 education aligned to technical routes such as accounting, engineering, management or laboratory science. The DfE would like to hear views on plans to create a new system to make it clearer which higher technical qualifications provide the skills employers want and make higher technical education a more positive and popular choice. 08/07/19 29/09/19
Restraint in mainstream settings and alternative provision DfE The DfE recently published guidance on reducing the need for restraint and restrictive intervention in special schools. They would like to gather views on whether there is a need for guidance for mainstream schools, post-16 settings and AP and whether the guidance should apply to a wider cohort of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities. 27/06/19 17/10/19